LATITUDE N 51:00:757
LONGITUDE W 001:44:220
From London to Salisbury ( then follow Salisbury to Trafalgar Park below ):
Take the M3 turning off at junction 8 marked A303. Continue along the A303 for approximately 12 miles, turn left on to the A343 where you see signs to Middle Wallop and the Army Museum of Flying. As you approach Salisbury, follow the signs for the City Centre along the A338/A30. Before reaching the centre you will come to a roundabout, take the left-hand “through traffic” sign marked Southampton A36. You will see the Cathedral passing by you to the right-hand side. As you approach the next roundabout you will see a sign marked “Southampton” A36 (M27). Take this turning to the left.
From Salisbury to Trafalgar Park:
As you leave Salisbury towards Southampton you will travel past a light industrial estate. At the next roundabout continue straight towards Southampton marked A36.
After about one mile there is a sign “dual carriageway ahead”. Immediately as the road becomes a dual carriageway indicate right and turn right across the dual carriageway, continue down this road past Kennel Farm for approximately half a mile and then turn right at a “V” fork taking the signs to Downton and Standlynch.
Continue along this winding road for approximately three miles. You will pass Witherington Farm on your right-hand side and then after about half a mile you will begin to climb a hill as you pass a sign marked Standlynch on your left-hand side, go past the old entrance and lodge then, after 100 yards the new entrance to Trafalgar Park is on the right and is be clearly marked. ( Note some SatNavs can try and take you into the old drive by the lodge – don’t obey !)
M27 Junction 2, then A36 to Salisbury, take Alderbury by-pass dual carrigeway, take left turning immediately before the dual carrigeway ends, (then see above “from Salisbury”*)